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starts february 15th. he takes it personally. with all of the wonderful people and still make the game so special. for all true fans. because more than football on line. this is state of the news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes mass mobilization in malawi thousands have taken to the streets demanding the country's election commission be sacked this off to a court upheld a ruling to cancel the results of last may. get a report from the language. and will take you to a far east in kenya. women are earning
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a livelihood farming by supplies it's also saving the environment. they're trying to keep your head above water in a failed state we speak to a teenager determined to make a go off life in the impoverished guinea-bissau. hello i'm christine will go well come to deeds every news africa it's good to have your company but always presidents people with that it has been dealt another blow the constitutional court has dismissed his appeal off a courtroom ling that an old he's may election win last week judges ruled that the 2900 had been mocked by irregularities and nominees which they described as being so widespread and systematic that the integrity of the results had been seriously compromised now it's the 1st time
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a presidential election has been challenge on vehicle grounds since malawi gained independence in 1964 and it's only the 2nd time and election has been nullified in africa the 1st was kenya in 2017 now thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets to celebrate the decision by the courts they are also calling for the head of the election commission chain to be fired they accuse her of failing to ensure the election was fair and credible. let's go over to the malawian capital where our reporter got a is standing by hi alison so you have been at the demonstration tell us more about what protesters are demanding and and the mood at that demonstration today. the human rights defenders coalition it's hard to see in malawi according for the immediate resignation of the chopra some will be maligned the electoral commission and all its conditionals for mismanaging the presidential election or me 21 team so
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today they will rated by much industry somebody along with after this latest in the background as you can see they have utterly closed down or of a shutdown in the lobby it took me to an office that some of us knew what we should should be english. outs and of course that are now dead at last year's election ses and new election has to be held within $150.00 days off that ruling by the way how confident are people that that will happen malawians up wise confidence and even actually they are very expectant because of yesterday's ruling where they are saying their actions must go on by the supreme court of malarkey so that we have to move forward otherwise the government in this case the mother to call me sean and be under the present of the people live you have appealed for this
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day you will be skeptical of judgment however as things are at the moment there is that a hope that elections will be made and will be done in the next 5 months and if you stand up demonstration just one of the ways my guns are showing that they really need to move on. what kind of a president has peace and with that he had been and how much support does he have in the country. oh do you resent the cemetery got is a very good president personally as he has charged you to ever what is the kind of looks like you have left so much. to before the sun and the people say he's got somebody who is a cushy kind of a president so because of that you have seen delays in so many of the developmental it's good to look into aspects of activities so they look what this and some are trying to cause somebody who is very good but is not a very good manager for the department absent the decision to announce the election
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came as a surprise to people but inside and outside malawi is there a sense that things are going to change in the country. videos got up to meet them from the malawian because they were looking out the flows as the court actually pointed out there were some if you're not eating but the floated out from the the way the management of the elections we are we 100 so they believe that we should also be coming to take over who would really learn from the past mistakes that have been made by the coalition who are now being asked to resign so there is a hope on the for 24 michelin you look at the mammoth crowd that i've been watching and demonstrating in my lobby there is that hope indeed but things are always going to change only if you are what may be leaders who are really determined to listening go. all right that's. important in the long thank you. now butterfly look at on a you're about to see that there are more than just
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a pretty creature has on its report takes us to the arab so far east in kenya they're. providing an income for local villages all while saving the environment now it's all part of an if it's to safeguard biodiversity in the country by involving local communities and forest conservation beautiful and valuable butterflies in the arab forest in kenya to a new species live in the. near the coastal city of mumbai only 42000 hectares of this forest reserve was left used to stretch from somalia to move. the keep the appeal butterfly project aims to conserve the remaining forest.
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for this project we would venture into the forest in groups to fetch firewood and this would have a negative impact on the environment however when we joined the project we realized we could earn much more and this helps to pay for our children's school fees. where do. you see dear thank you 6 percent of the people involved in the project a woman many of them illiterate butterfly experts told them everything they need to know about the colorful insects. but the place that. followed by. you. then after. but the play now turns to. like the zones. of different spaces of butterflies now this would take almost 2 weeks to harsh into a butterfly like this one we call this christmas butterfly this is
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a newborn butterfly so like 5 minutes to come this butterfly will be able to fly. away and enjoy life the women try to find cuts of clueless in the forest but it's more effective to go after butterflies and control the whole process from laying the x. until the heads into place it's tricky to catch the butterflies the best moment to get them is when they're sucking nectar. we usually venture into the forest in groups to capture the butterflies i went up we didn't go back to our homes in related to pay individually and i mean that $1.00 can make between $20.00 and $50.00 a week i'm attending on the amount of work you put in. to come up and i'm still. in the put collection house expert classified and sought the. next just to prepare
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them for export. we packaged them in special containers made of thin plastic that's not very heavy we then ship them to our customers in the united kingdom in turkey and our clients resold the prepay upon receipt of some of our clients are a lot of light houses in which they store the 3 play into they turn into butterflies . prices for the poor play range from $1.00 to $2.00 and a half us dollars small sums with a great impact livelihood for the project members and money for forest conservation . now the new president off this all day he is or. has promised to improve the situation for the people in the country a place which is marked by extreme poverty and corruption so what is life like for ordinary people in the west african nation well spoke to a 19 year old teenager. no he is trying to make ends meet by working on
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a tourist boat he told us about his hopes for the future and also what in his opinion definitely has to change for things to get better in one of the world's poorest nations. for the tourists on the speedboats the islands are going to be silent west africa for a taste of paradise. for residents like 19 year old the 2. they provide the income that allows him and his family to survive. but if you do what do you i'm a sailor's assistant which means i take people on the boat to be sour and bring them back or i take them to other islands they wish to visit. the reliable. way i help carry things to the boats i also check whether. it's a big responsibility with the clients to see if it's worth taking the risk to say i will not be in the grave. but see 2 faces many
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challenges in his life. he's supporting at least 6 other relatives with this job pretty much you i was born into a very poor family my father does not have work and neither does my mother with 5 siblings and right now i'm the head of the family for me. he uses the money he had to pay for his education and also that of his siblings. but he says going to school is not something you can take for granted in a country as poor. and as dysfunctional as skinny to sound you you key but i guess it was good but i wish things would be better and that we would have more hope not because in our politics things don't go well it's all over instance we start classes and all of a sudden a strike strike strike and then we lose the school year and then the next year the same thing happens in weezer. but he's determined to forge ahead with his plans to make a better life aim self in his family by the way he says it would be easier if politicians
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radically change their behavior. they should start thinking about others and not just him selves but they should start working for all ghanaians or why that. is. what it comes to the direction the country should be going ditto has a clear message to president mugabe but. he must improve to schools and offer children new schools different than the ones we have now to give the children a motivation for the future. he chose as his dream is to finish the studies and to get a job into a resume. and then one day these own boss. and that's it for now africa you can catch all our stories on our website and facebook page today will leave you with some pictures of beautiful butterflies in africa. by the.
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